• What Are Abductor & Adductor Machines?

    By Sarah Curran | In Training | on August 24, 2016

      The answer to the question is it depends on why you used the machine in the first place. If your main gripe with your thighs is that you feel they carry excess body fat, sadly you won’t be able to spot reduce them with this machine. Additionally, if you are hoping to build a fitter […]

  • How Do Rest Days Improve Muscle Recovery Time?

    By MR PROTEIN | In Training | on August 23, 2016

      By UK Personal Trainer Jamie Bantleman   Muscle growth can be one of the more difficult processes in the world of fitness due to the hugely contrasting viewpoints from various sources – whether from the social media phenomenons to the many opinions shared on the internet! What is Muscle Growth?  Hypertrophy, meaning the body is […]

  • Seated Leg Curl Exercise | Technique & Common Mistakes

    By MR PROTEIN | In Training | on August 22, 2016

      By Myprotein Writer Jamie Wykes Hobday    The hamstring is one of three muscles creating the posterior chain of the leg. Along with the glutes and calves; the hamstring provide key bodily functionalities, muscular stability and symmetry as well as contributing significantly to athletic movements and performance. Whilst it is commonly just known as […]

  • How To Increase Your Metabolism | 3 Tips

    By Sarah Curran | In Training | on August 21, 2016

      It can be really frustrating when your metabolism slows down and you just can’t seem to shift those last few pounds – no matter what you do! If you are in a position where you feel you may have a weak metabolism, you are not alone, and these tips might help to move things […]

  • Working Out Hard – But No Results?

    By MR PROTEIN | In Training | on August 21, 2016

      By Myprotein Writer Ben White   When it comes to training there are many different variables to making progress, and, sometimes, even with your best efforts you don’t feel like you’re getting anywhere. Implement the changes below to help you supercharge your results! Not Mixing Up Your Training?   If you don’t rotate training […]

  • The Best Ways To Balance Athletics & Aesthetics 

    By George Platt | In Training | on August 20, 2016

      We participate in physical activity for a number of reasons; it may be that we enjoy the exercise we do, or that we want to lose weight, or even gain muscle and improve our body composition. While chasing goals is very accomplishing and seeing physical results in changes through body composition is very rewarding, […]

  • What Are Yo-Yo Diets? | 3 Risks Of Crash Dieting

    By Sarah Curran | In Nutrition | on August 20, 2016

      The human body can fluctuate in weight on a daily basis – dieting or not! Water weight, food… It’s all pretty normal. However, this becomes a problem if someone is dieting and constantly measures their weight; this can often provoke mind games. It’s common to hear stories of people who have gone on a diet […]

  • Indoor Cycle Training | Spinning Workouts

    By James Kuhlwilm | In Endurance | on August 19, 2016

      Short on time or the weather not playing fair? If you want to reach your cycling goals, then you are going to have to take it indoors at some point during your training. Indoor cycling equipment is perfect for improving your speed on two wheels, and doesn’t take half your day to get a […]